Photographer gives talk on state history

| 15 Feb 2012 | 09:10

    Vernon - It's all about New Jersey when photographer, author and state pride advocate Walter Choroszewski presents a program featuring his colorful photography at the Dorothy E. Henry Branch library on Sunday, Sept. 11 at 3 p.m. Choroszewski will show his photos and give a lecture offering a unique perspective on New Jersey history. Listeners will travel on a timeline from the primal birth of the Highlands through geologic eras into the Ice Age. Choroszewski will introduce New Jersey’s first people and then move into the state's Colonial and Revolutionary past, making note of numerous “firsts” that occurred in New Jersey. The program is suitable for middle school students, teens and adults. Admission is free with a reception to follow. The library is located at 66 Route 94. For information, call 973-827-8095.